* The Berry Citizen, Ezra D. Sargent, Editor and Publisher - Subscription, $1 a year. Wednesday, May 24, 1911. Half Acre news - Mrs. Finney Terry and daughter, Nellie, made a business trip to Cynthiana on Tuesday; V. B. King spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Townsend of near Boyd; Mrs. Frank Bowman and children of Ohio are spending a few days with her mother, Cynthia Sechrest and family; James Terry and sisters, Nellie and Mineona, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. Stone Perkins had as their guests Sunday, James Perkins, Mr.
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